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9ft 22 series

Discussion in 'Sno-Way Discussion' started by mtstclair, Feb 28, 2009.

  1. mtstclair

    mtstclair Member
    from indiana
    Messages: 53

    Looking at a 9ft 22 series used with three pin mout. Does anyone know what that plow weighs and has any one mounted one on a 88-98 chevy 1500 It would be big but seems like to me it would be within weight limts any thoughts also what do you think one is worth in good condition but needs paint
  2. nbenallo33

    nbenallo33 Senior Member
    Messages: 826

    no such thing as a 9' 22 series :confused: the only thing availible in 9' is gonna be a 32 series why do you want a 9' plow on a 1500 chevy?? :dizzy:
  3. mtstclair

    mtstclair Member
    from indiana
    Messages: 53

    I am gona look at it monday I will have to check it out and see what series it is for sure. It is pollycarbonate clear skin. I don't really want to put it on a 1500 i was just curious because here we usually get alot of 2-3 inch stoms and I have a s10 with 6.6 with wings and i love it but it has cancer real bad and was gona get a 1/2 for running around and light snows / clean up truck just a thought and also if I get this 9 footer I was gona box the ends in for a big lot I have will the snow way hold up to that you think.
  4. basher

    basher PlowSite Fanatic
    from 19707
    Messages: 8,993

    There is not a 9 foot 22
    There is not a 3 pin 22

    I would guess you are looking at a 9 foot 25/HT series. It would be fine on that truck ( 88-98 Chevy 1500) I have mounts and wiring in stock if you need them.
  5. mtstclair

    mtstclair Member
    from indiana
    Messages: 53

    Thanks that adds some light to the situation. I know 9ft is big but being a snow way I know it is a light plow and for no more snows then we see here I think it would be fine and plus the lot it will be plowing is only 5min a-way and I will drive my outher trucks for everything else.